A historic endeavour.
Never in history has an airship landed on the North Pole. A 36h expedition to one of the most inaccessible places of our planet in the revolutionary Airship: the Airlander.Let's plan your trip
For early explorers, the Arctic was challenging to navigate with conventional methods, as magnetic compasses prove unusable the further north we go. At the magnetic North Pole, the compass needle points straight down and everything from this point is south.
Today, satellite reference makes the Arctic area less challenging to navigate. However, this journey to the North Pole in an airship offers the opportunity to encounter one of the planet’s most isolated locations in a unique way.
As we head north, we must be prepared for all the vagaries that involve travelling to such an isolated destination. These include inclement weather, varying ice conditions, and all of which makes this journey an unparalleled adventure because all these factors will make every journey to be unique.
Svalbard – North Pole – Svalbard in the world’s largest modern lighter-than-air vehicle. Discover the untouched wilderness of the Arctic without leaving a footprint. Land on the North Pole on a unique and historic journey.
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